Reebow Gear Tactical Molle EDC Utility Pouch Gadget Belt Waist Bag with Cell Phone Holster Holder
- 1000D Cordura nylon
- MOLLE system attachment straps,it’s suitable for tactical belt, tactical molle vest or molle tactical backpack, molle width can be adjustable for different width belt as belt pouches and molle utility pouch
- Designed as a tactical molle bag that can be used as a small EDC pouch,tactical pouch, tactical bag,military pouch, army pouch,waist bag,molle pouches, gadget pouch or utility belt pouch
Here’s how I received this pouch
Product tags included with my pouch
The Reebow Tactical Gear Pouch is made of Cordura Fabric
The tag lists some of the benefits of Cordura fabric… CORDURA fabric makes this product more durable. Stylish durability and lightweight strength. Resistant to tears, scuffs and abrasions, designed for living, built to last.
What I would call the front of the pouch. The front features a couple pockets. One has a flap and adjustable buckle clip
Front of the pouch with the flap unbuckled. Although I couldn’t take a picture of it (because I was using my iPhone to takes these photos), my iPhone 6 fit nicely in the leftmost pocket.
Close up of the buckle
A SOG Dark Energy LED Flashlight fits perfectly in this pocket
For size reference, next to a Spyderco ParaMilitary 2
What I would call the back of the pouch. This side has the MOLLE webbing, belt straps and carabiner.
Back of the pouch with the belt straps unsnapped. These could accommodate a wide belt.
Close up of the carabiner. Handy for attaching to a pack or duffel.
The pouch has two main compartment. Each has a very nice and sturdy zipper. I couldn’t find a brand name on the zippers, but they moved smoothly and seem well made.
One of the pouches has a inner sleeve and a clip. The clip is handy for key rings and such.
Close up of the clip
The other compartment features a mesh pocket
For size reference – the ParaMilitary 2 in this pocket
A SOG and ParaMilitary 2 in one of the pouches
This is a well made featured filled EDC pouch. For the price I picked it up at (under $15) I feel like it’s a great value.
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